The Whale of a Time Festival is an inspiring and empowering way of getting involved in social and environmental issues through exclusive film screenings by award-winning environmental film-makers, informative discussions with leading environmental and social researchers, sustainable art exhibitions, music performances and the Whale of a Time Workshop in celebration of the world’s oceans and rainforests.
The Whale of a Time Festival is a great opportunity to participate in an event that aims to bring the need of sustainable energy consumption and conscientious living right at the heart of the community through an open discussion on today's most pressuring environmental issues whilst having a whale of a time!
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
There has never been a more urgent time to elevate our consciousness. The Earth is sacred! All life on Earth has inherent rights to life!
The Whale of a Time Festival provides a great opportunity for the community to participate in an event that shares values for a sustainable society.
Through the event the feeling of belonging to one Earth Community is being amplified and all voices have an opportunity to be heard.
By celebrating our common roots in nature, we are able to nurture and strengthen our sacred bond with our all life providing Earth.
Through this unique bond we are able to realise our commitment for a sustainable and conscientious relationship with the Earth.
This special relationship connects us deeply with all Earth inhabitants as one big Earth family.
We share a common intelligence with indigenous communities, whales and their ocean societies, orangutans and their rainforest communities and everything that is alive.
Steps to get it done:
We organised the Whale of a Time Festival in 2012, which was our first ever festival and it was a huge success! We counted approx. 600 visitors. Passion and experience shared, tears were shed, solutions discussed, networks built and so much was learnt. Let's spread our awareness for a sustainable society.
Check out what happend at the ESRC Whale of a Time Festival of Social Science in 2012! - http://www.whaleofatime.org/festival.php
Stay tuned with the Whale Mail and view photos, videos of experts talks of our previous festival - http://www.whaleofatime.org/festival.php
If you have any questions or would like to get involved in the festival please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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